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Housed in the Baggage and Carriage Building, is Pine Street Market where you can sample delicious portions of the city's top restaurants. Want to eat different plates at the same place? Then Pine Street Market is the plate. With Israeli street food, hefty pizza slices and Asian fusion delights, there is something for everyone at Pine Street Market.
Concealed in the basement of the Hoxton Hotel on North West 4th Avenue, 2NW5 takes on the shape of a modern-day speakeasy with its wonderful array of antique furnishings, contemporary art, and laid-back vibe. The sleek bar is by the establishment's main attraction and stocks all kinds of local and international brews, liquors and wines. The staff is friendly and well-trained in mixology, and concoct some truly unique creations for their guests. The food served here is primarily Asian that is infused with modern flavors and local ingredients.
The shrimp is undeniably the best thing about this quaint Chinatown restaurant. Whether you prefer it spicy or tame, at Republic Cafe it is prepared in every imaginable way, and you can indulge in it for just a small price. If you are not a shrimp lover, there are a variety of other Szechuan and Asian dishes on the extensive menu. Try a Chinese beer with your meal, or eat in the lounge. The restaurant is decorated with traditional Chinese flair and an abundance of bamboo. Private parties are welcomed in the banquet room.
Taste the flavors of delicious Peruvian cuisine at Polli-Tico which offers traditional chicken cooked using family recipes. The flavorful menu features exciting dishes such as on-the-go Pollo bowl and sandwiches, fresh salads, chicken platters, charbroiled chicken accompanied by scrumptious sides. The inexpensive menu of this modest food cart invites people of all budgets to enjoy the tempting offerings of this unique cuisine.
Real Taste of India is one the food carts that dot the Southwest 5th Avenue. This Indian cart has made a niche for itself with their delicious and cheap fare. They have everything on the menu from the staple favorite Chicken Tikka Masala to Lamb Tandoori, Malai Kofta, Bhindi Masala to Garlic Nan. The food is flavorful, filling and offers great value for money. Go for the combo meals if you're indecisive about what to pick.
Lavishly elegant, this restaurant is located in the ornate Bishop's House. The Gothic building, built in Victorian times, is an oddly fitting place for Lebanese dining. In a city with so many Middle Eastern restaurants that you might be hard pressed to visit one more than once, Al-Amir will still keep you coming back. Start your meal with Lebanese beer and lentil soup and end it with baklava. As for what comes in between, try the Dajaj- grilled chicken breast with a lemon-olive oil marinade. A full bar is available. Treat yourself to a round of belly dancing too.